ISAAC VOSSIUS 1618 1689 BETWEEN SCIENCE AND SCHOLARSHIP

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Praktiken Der Fr Hen Neuzeit

Author : Arndt Brendecke
ISBN : 9783412501358
Genre : History
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Dieser Band reagiert auf das wachsende Interesse an historischen Praktiken. Dabei kommen alte historiographische Tugenden zur Anwendung, denn Geschichtsschreibung ist von ihren Anfängen an stark an Handlungen und Handlungsvollzügen interessiert, an Fakten und ihrer Darstellung. Zugleich muss jedoch neuen methodischen Reflexionen Raum gegeben werden, denn es reicht nicht mehr aus, "Taten" aus Ideen oder individuellen Entscheidungen abzuleiten. Praktiken verfügen über eine Eigenlogik und damit auch über eine eigene Geschichte. Diese zu erschließen, nahm sich die Arbeitsgemeinschaft Frühe Neuzeit in ihrer zehnten Tagung vor. Die wichtigsten Ergebnisse sind in diesem Band versammelt.
Category: History

Neue Diskurse Der Gelehrtenkultur In Der Fr Hen Neuzeit

Author : Herbert Jaumann
ISBN : 9783110289992
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The New Discourses continue the volume published in 2011. The book brings together discourses from multiple disciplines and is therefore relevant to the history of the disciplines and scholarship. The 17 essays include such themes as the criticism of religion, polyhistory, polymathy, concepts of utopia, criticism and political anthropology, cosmography and technology, the problem of death in medicine, and the New World.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Emancipation Of Biblical Philology In The Dutch Republic 1590 1670

Author : Dirk van Miert
ISBN : 9780198803935
Genre : History
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The Emancipation of Biblical Philology in the Dutch Republic, 1590-1670 argues that the application of tools, developed in the study of ancient Greek and Latin authors, to the Bible was aimed at stabilizing the biblical text but had the unintentional effect that the text grew more and more unstable. Baruch Spinoza (1632-1677) capitalized on this tradition in his notorious Theological-political Treatise (1670). However, the foundations on which his radical biblical scholarship is built were laid by Reformed philologists who started from the hermeneutical assumption that philology was the servant of reformed dogma. On the basis of this principle, they pushed biblical scholarship to the center of historical studies during the first half of the seventeenth century. Dirk van Miert shows how Jacob Arminius, Franciscus Gomarus, the translators and revisers of the States' Translation, Daniel Heinsius, Hugo Grotius, Claude Saumaise, Isaac de La Peyrère, and Isaac Vossius all drew on techniques developed by classical scholars of Renaissance humanism, notably Joseph Scaliger, who devoted themselves to the study of manuscripts, (oriental) languages, and ancient history. Van Miert assesses and compares the accomplishments of these scholars in textual criticism, the analysis of languages, and the reconstruction of political and cultural historical contexts, highlighting that their methods were closely linked.
Category: History

The Encyclopaedia Britannica

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ISBN : UIUC:30112107992510
Genre : Encyclopedias and dictionaries
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